At Saint Paul School we provide resources for an in-depth Online Safety Curriculum which includes lessons about:
  • Cyber bullying
  • Proper online behavior
  • Keeping personal info safe
  • Safe texting
  • Inappropriate content
  • Avoiding online scams
  • File-sharing
  • and more

These resources include the EasyTech Online Safety lessons and Dgitial Passport lessons.

EasyTech Online Safety

EasyTech provides a comprehensive, grade-appropriate curriculum for Internet and technology safety is based on current research for how best to teach challenging online safety topics, the EasyTech Online Safety curriculum includes teacher and parent guides, and provides district reports that demonstrate E-Rate requirements are met.

– EasyTech Online Safety Guide

Digital Passport

Digital Passport is a first-of-its-kind web-based tool to help educators teach the basics of digital citizenship and test 3rd through 5th graders’ readiness to engage with online and mobile technologies.

Through a combination of engaging videos, fun games, and wraparound classroom activities – adding up to about 4.5 hours of instruction – Digital Passport addresses the key issues facing kids in the digital world: online safety and security, privacy, cyberbullying, copyright and creation, and finding information online.

Digital Passport provides the road map kids – and adults – will need to do just that. Since activities are based on lessons from our K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum but students can log in from anywhere, Digital Passport truly helps bridge home and school. “Both teachers and parents can be engaged with the lessons, ensuring the entire community is involved in helping us raise a generation of smart, responsible digital citizens,” said Steyer.


Common Sense Media Education

“Kids are growing up surrounded by media and tech 24/7, which comes with endless possibilities – and quite a few pitfalls,” said Jim Steyer, Common Sense Media CEO and founder. “And as classrooms become increasingly filled with technology and digital media, it’s crucial that kids know how to navigate this landscape safely and responsibly.” See the website for their K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum

There is a comprehensive internet safety site for parents at Common Sense Media Parent Concerns